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South Carolina gubernatorial elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Prior to 1865, the Governor of South Carolina was chosen by the General Assembly. The constitution of 1865 provided for the voters of South Carolina to choose the governor; James Lawrence Orr was the first elected governor of South Carolina. The following is a list of gubernatorial election results for the state of South Carolina:

Results

Year First Second County Map
1865 James Lawrence Orr
No party
9,928
51.9%
Wade Hampton III
No party
9,186
48.1%
1868 Robert Kingston Scott
Republican
69,693
75.1%
William D. Porter
Democrat
23,057
24.9%
1870 Robert Kingston Scott
Republican
85,071
62.3%
Richard B. Carpenter
Union Reform
51,537
37.7%
1872 Franklin J. Moses, Jr.
Republican
69,838
65.4%
Reuben Tomlinson
Independent Republican
36,533
34.3%
1874 Daniel Henry Chamberlain
Republican
80,403
53.9%
John T. Green
Independent Republican
68,818
46.1%
1876 Wade Hampton III
Democrat
92,261
50.3%
Daniel Henry Chamberlain
Republican
91,127
49.7%
1878 Wade Hampton III
Democrat
119,550
99.8%
Unopposed
1880 Johnson Hagood
Democrat
117,432
96.4%
L.W.R. Blair
Greenback-Labor
4,277
3.5%
1882 Hugh Smith Thompson
Democrat
67,158
79.0%
J. Hendrix McLane
Greenback-Labor
17,719
20.8%
1884 Hugh Smith Thompson
Democrat
67,895
100%
Unopposed
1886 John Peter Richardson III
Democrat
33,114
99.9%
Unopposed
1888 John Peter Richardson III
Democrat
58,730
100%
Unopposed
1890 Ben Tillman
Democrat
59,159
79.8%
Alexander Cheves Haskell
Straightout Democrat
14,828
20.0%
1892 Ben Tillman
Democrat
56,673
99.9%
Unopposed
1894 John Gary Evans
Democrat
39,507
69.6%
Sampson Pope
Independent
17,278
30.4%
1896 William Haselden Ellerbe
Democrat
59,424
89.1%
Sampson Pope
Reorganized Republican
4,432
6.6%
1898 William Haselden Ellerbe
Democrat
28,225
100%
Unopposed
1900 Miles Benjamin McSweeney
Democrat
46,457
100%
Unopposed
1902 Duncan Clinch Heyward
Democrat
31,817
100%
Unopposed
1904 Duncan Clinch Heyward
Democrat
51,917
100%
Unopposed
1906 Martin Frederick Ansel
Democrat
30,251
100%
Unopposed
1908 Martin Frederick Ansel
Democrat
61,060
100%
Unopposed
1910 Coleman Livingston Blease
Democrat
30,739
100%
Unopposed
1912 Coleman Livingston Blease
Democrat
44,122
99.5%
R.B. Britton
Socialist
208
0.5%
1914 Richard Irvine Manning III
Democrat
34,606
99.8%
R.B. Britton
Socialist
83
0.2%
1916 Richard Irvine Manning III
Democrat
60,405
97.9%
Coleman Livingston Blease
Independent
1,089
1.8%
1918 Robert Archer Cooper
Democrat
25,267
100%
Unopposed
1920 Robert Archer Cooper
Democrat
58,050
100%
Unopposed
1922 Thomas Gordon McLeod
Democrat
34,065
100%
Unopposed
1924 Thomas Gordon McLeod
Democrat
53,545
100%
Unopposed
1926 John Gardiner Richards, Jr.
Democrat
16,589
100%
Unopposed
1930 Ibra Charles Blackwood
Democrat
17,790
100%
Unopposed
1934 Olin D. Johnston
Democrat
22,873
100%
Unopposed
1938 Burnet Rhett Maybank
Democrat
49,009
99.4%
Joseph Augustis Tolbert
Republican
283
0.6%
1942 Olin D. Johnston
Democrat
23,859
100%
Unopposed
1946 Strom Thurmond
Democrat
26,520
100%
Unopposed
1950 James F. Byrnes
Democrat
50,633
100%
Unopposed
1954 George Bell Timmerman, Jr.
Democrat
214,204
100%
Unopposed
1958 Ernest Hollings
Democrat
77,714
100%
Unopposed
1962 Donald Stuart Russell
Democrat
253,704
100%
Unopposed
1966 Robert Evander McNair
Democrat
255,854
58.2%
Joseph O. Rogers, Jr.
Republican
184,088
41.8%
1970 John Carl West
Democrat
251,151
52.1%
Albert Watson
Republican
221,236
45.9%
1974 James Burrows Edwards
Republican
266,338
50.3%
W.J. Bryan Dorn
Democrat
248,861
47.0%
1978 Richard Riley
Democrat
384,898
61.3%
Edward Lunn Young
Republican
236,946
37.7%
1982 Richard Riley
Democrat
468,787
69.8%
W. D. Workman, Jr.
Republican
202,806
30.2%
1986 Carroll A. Campbell, Jr.
Republican
384,565
51.0%
Michael R. Daniel
Democrat
361,328
47.9%
1990 Carroll A. Campbell, Jr.
Republican
528,831
69.5%
Theo Mitchell
Democrat
212,048
27.8%
1994 David Beasley
Republican
470,756
50.4%
Nick Theodore
Democrat
447,002
47.9%
1998 Jim Hodges
Democrat
570,070
53.3%
David Beasley
Republican
484,088
45.3%
2002 Mark Sanford
Republican
585,422
52.9%
Jim Hodges
Democrat
521,140
47.0%
2006 Mark Sanford
Republican
601,868
55.1%
Tommy Moore
Democrat
489,076
44.8%
2010 Nikki Haley
Republican
674,103
51.4%
Vincent Sheheen
Democrat
617,427
47.1%
2014 Nikki Haley
Republican
696,645
55.9%
Vincent Sheheen
Democrat
516,166
41.4%

Statistics

Firsts

Votes

Unique politicians

See also

External links

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